Join your fellow fright junkies for this three-day horror film festival, held in downtown Telluride. Dedicated to giving film fans the chance to experience the latest horror, fantasy, and sci-fi films, the festival screens an average of 20 feature films, more than 30 shorts, and hosts Q&A's with directors and leading actors.
The Black Crowes, Jim James, and Melissa Etheridge headline this bluegrass bonanza. For 20 years, this fest has held a reputation as one of the most scenic and intimate in the country (and, with more than 60 breweries on hand, one of the tastiest). Thu-Sun, times vary.
This festival gives audiences intimat access to small classical ensembles. Hearing classical music the way it would have been heard hundreds of years ago, listeners join players in regal settings, getting so close they may feel the floor vibrate with each movement. Days, times vary.
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